Big Sky is back with a big new mystery. This time, we're back to our season 1 roots with missing folks. Oh, and a figurative monster in the woods.
American Horror Stories ends its second season with a rather sad tale about things that linger and lurk after you flood a town.
Roswell, New Mexico's fourth season comes to an end and with it, so does the series. The show ties up some loose ends, but leaves us wanting something more.
This week, we have an episode about a woman with an affinity for the dead. It just left me cold. And stiff. Get it? (I will not ever apologize for being punny.)
As the show approaches its finale, we finally get an episode where everyone works together and everyone gets to be a hero.
Beauty is only skin-deep, they say, but what about when it goes down to the bone? A woman desperate to reclaim her youth finds out (and it ain't pretty).
The world's least compelling bad guy kidnaps Liz, who handily outsmarts him. In much better news, though, Alex was lost and now he's found. Malex 4ever.
I will not stand in a dark room and call on a malevolent spirit, but you can, if you want to. Then again, you definitely won't after watching this week's gloomy episode.
Ugh, Liz. The newly Sheriff-governed Liz is being a real pain this week, which has the unfortunate effect of sucking a lot of life out of this episode.
The season 3 finale makes us sad and then distracts us by lulling us into a false sense of security that leads up to a truly bonkers ending.
With a colonial-set horror this week, American Horror Stories tries to tackle a lot of big ideas, but struggles with connecting them in a coherent narrative.
The gang tries to rescue Liz from her mindscape, a Wild West recreation, where some people get to be cool and some people have to be a horse.
In this season's penultimate episode, the show reminds us that, in case you forgot, it's actually about a little thing called evil.
You ever hear the one about the killer in the backseat? Yeah, about that. One good deed doesn't go unpunished in this twist on a classic urban legend.
This week is all about truths, some of which are more painful than others. As such, everyone faces these truths with varying degrees of success.
Riverdale ends its penultimate season with a return to the past. But, uh, it's a much more distant past than you might think.
This week, parenting is a minefield, what with the potential for demon babies, possessed toys, and children being groomed to take over evil houses.
A security camera, especially a doorbell cam, is supposed to make you feel safer, which is weird, because all it can really do is watch.
Two aliens without powers and one alien with a sword walk into a cave. Sadly, this is not the set-up to a hilarious joke.